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tell them to do, todd harris? >> well, it's if you're running for the state legislature? >> anything, state legislature or congress, when you don't know what the lines are going to be, potentially until about two weeks before the filing deadline? >> i would say double down on your base. you know, find as many people that you think are persuadable in depending on how the geography works, in some kind of con continuous geographical area. because then you're going to have the best chance of actually talking to people who could end up voting for you. >> and dave beatty, let's talk about florida's role as a swing state come the fall of 2012. we know it's going to be close. it is now earning that reputation. hewist >> it's a central swing part. it's also where some of the largest growth has been. so there's going to be newre going to be. but at least one o them is going to be. a the districts thaare intere there are going to chge dramatically because they've grown so much over the last decade. so the central part of the state has magnified in its importance, because not only are there new
at between $300 million to $1 billion. todd harrison is a senior fellow at the center for strategic and budgetary assessments. he joins us tonight, todd, what is your financial estimate of the cost of the u.s. mill taefer action in libya so far? >> well, so far based on the number of cruise missile es that we've launched and the number of sortee the u.s. has flown in this operation, i would estimate that we are towards the lower end of that, probably 300 million to 500 million dollars spent in the first week of the conflict. >> tom: okay so, we'll take $400 million as your estimate, do costs stay at that level over the next several weeks if the mission remains the same? >> no, they should drop substantially because a large part of the initial cost was just ending up the no-fly zone, taking outing the integrated air defences command and control centers. once we've done that it makes it easier to operate in the country and much less expensive. we should see the costs come down substantially in the next week or two. also the cost will come down for the u.s. as more nato airplanes takeo
? let's play hardball. >>> good thursday evening, i'm chuck todd in washington sitting in for chris matthews, who's on assignment in israel. >>> leading off tonight, the democrats blink. if the budget battle were a game of chicken, the democrats would already be in the ditch. they appear to be to the republicans' initial proposal. still, the democrats somehow managed to make the republicans look like they're the obstructionists today. >>> plus one group making sure the republicans don't blink in this game of chicken, the tea party. they rallied in washington urging the republicans to hold the line. but it comes as a second poll in two days shows the tea party steadily losing some popularity in the middle of the electorate, is that party ending? >>> also, let's face it, in one week donald trump has transformed himself into the nation's leading birther, which he doesn't like that term, by the way. party can do to climb out of that mess and what democrats do if they want to to try to exploit that madness. >>> and here, one right out of the james bond file. while it's true there are no
did the night before, i fully recognize and heard a clip you had, i think it was todd bridges who made the comment, i've been there, i know that guy. i've been in that room with charlie before and i know that face and i know those mannerisms, i don't buy for a second that he's sober, no. >> are you seriously worried that charlie sheen is slowly killing himself here? >> yeah, i don't even think it's slowly right now. you know, i think that something really bad is probably going to happen. they talk about in the 12 steps about hitting a bottom and the sad thing about hitting a bottom is there's always another bottom waiting for you and i'm hoping that maybe something he has that moment of clarity that it wakes him up and maybe he sees himself on a monitor or whatever carrying on the way he is but it's going to be one of those girls gets killed or something awful happens, you know, and i hope we don't lose our friend over it. >> he said to me when he appeared on the show last week that he was now sober. he produced negative drug tests to prove that. or allegedly prove that. do you think h
so much, frank vernon, nbc news chief white house correspondent chuck todd with president obama's response here in just one minute. what the president is doing. this could be one of those unusual opportunities for good relations between our country and another country. look at this. they need help. >>> our thoughts and our prayers are with the people of japan. this is a potentially catastrophic disaster and images of destruction and gladding coming out of japan are simply heartbreaking. today's events remind us of just how fragile life can be. our hearts go out to our friends in japan and across the region and we're going to stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy. >>> well, that was good work for the country and the world actually as the president -- we're back. that was the president earlier today on the massive earthquake we've been watching the last 20 minutes that struck japan. the president has committed two aircraft carriers to help the rescue and recovery effort and he told japan's prime minister the united states will provide whatever assistance th
correspondent, chuck todd, is traveling with him in chile. our chief foreign affairs correspondent, andrea mitchell, covering in washington. andrea, we'll start with you. i have to assume the big issues here where your bailiwick is concerned is end game. how does this end and who or what takes over at that point, if they have thought it through that far? >> reporter: exactly. those are the questions that senior senators in both parties are raising tonight, brian. what is the diplomatic mission behind this military action. the administration says it's not targeting gadhafi, but the president has said gadhafi should go. if he doesn't go, won't the u.s. appear weak? they also say that in a tribal culture like libya, the administration does not know enough about the libyan opposition. are they opening the door for al qaeda or other terror groups to take hold there. they are also questioning the fact that the arab support seems to be wavering and asking if the u.s. is protecting civilians in libya, why isn't it also protecting civilians in yemen or bahrain. also today we should point out defens
on the beat is donating a difficult situation. on the- debris. brian todd shows you this town nearly completely washed away. >> parts of washed away, neighborhoods come here, there, destroyed. and that this entire town has been ripped away and level. and there is no way to convey this from an outside audience. because of what you can see through this view is first this road track. it took this report tracks completely off and towards this ravine. that railroad track. by photojournalist will come up here in sweep this scene and take a look of this this is natural armageddon for this town. as far as you can see, the inlet. but there is nothing left. we have seen it residents walking around digging through their homes. partly, no homes they are picking up small items. perhaps try to catch small memento as this crew. and asian crew looking through trying to find survivors. anything to recover. this town has been completely wiped out. we're told by japanese officials that this is provincial, to keep to themselves did not usually venture out. literally, their lives and destroyed on two dif
. >> today we are establishing a website exploring 2012. todd, will look at this very seriously and methodically of what we will do next. >> newt gingrich told georgia we deal that he was close to making an announcement. however, not going to form a presidential team. after leaving on ethics, he was still in the public eye. and his think tank, raising $40 million in 2010. he has been a contributor on fox news. wednesday, the networks is funded his contract and another potential. pennsylvania senator rick santorum. this suspension will not impact. >> it will not be an impact. ohio, south carolina. how the fund-raiser is going. >> both of these gentlemen fall behind the gop candidates. at the top, former president and arkansas governor, marmight cut to b i the next two weeks, this will pickup. huckabee >>catherine: >>this just in to the kron 4 news room albany police found a policmissing teenager. ammunition, and a gun were also missing. this is the albany school district they got word that the boy was missing. perhaps had a gun. a lockdown. there is the picture 16 year-old. conc
are small businesses holding up? todd maceachen of the small business association, chad mutray of pinchfield consulting and analytics, the former chief economist for the small business administration's office of advocacy. alfred edmond is the multimedia he had or tore at large at black enterprise and cameron johnson is a entrepreneur and author. great to see all of you. todd, i want to ask you first, let's talk about gas prices now. from where you sit, are you telling small businesses, you know what, plan for the worst, start thinking of ways to hedge this. >> i think the key thing to watch, i'm no foreign policy expert but the key thing is saudi arabia. the next couple of weeks whether anything develops there that could be dangerous is a real danger sign. gas prices have gone up. we've seen these spikes before and they're definitely a problem as you described for small companies. i haven't been telling people, though, that it's time to really plan for the very worst. we'll see what the next few weeks hold, and if that's the case, you can see a significant rise in gas prices if things develo
still up for grabs. todd coffee is challenging the role of closer. coffee has not disappointed this spring, pitching four scoreless innings when allowing only one hit. his claim to fame, the way he enters the game. he sprints to the mound. i asked the tall, husky red head about his signature entrance. >> sprinting in from the bullpen, where did that start? you do it to what, ultimate warrior? >> yes, to ultimate warrior. >> how did that start? >> started in the minor leagues. seven runs down, took the lead, pump up. i sprinted out there. i liked the way my body felt and the way the crowd got into it. now when i run out there, and the crowd gets into it, i get into it more and i'm ready to say, hey, i'm going to get you out. >> i like that guy. >>> something for tiger to smile about. haven't seen that in a while.  >>> tiger woods began the day two under par through 3 rounds. better results today. approach on the 17. lands on the green, that's good. this is better. i mean, it's a lot better. almost went in. settled for a birdie and 6 under 66. fini
. told me once the great love of her life was mike todd who died in a plane crash. she was so giving, when she supported you you had no better friend. there's a lot of comparisons between sinatra and her. when they stood up for you, they stood up for you. michael jackson, she was in the front row. first real star to stand up for aids, so many things about her. in fact, everybody you can do in life, she did. >> larry, i want to play a chip from one of your interviews, this is from 2006. i'll talk to you after we've watched a bit of this. >> is it hard elizabeth or easy to work with someone you're in love with? >> no, i've never had a better time in my life. >> than working with richard? >> yeah, on virginia woolf. >> you fight him tooth and nail? >> we got it all out on the set and we'd go home, have dinner with the children, play word games with them, and learn our lines after dinner and go to sleep. >> did you love doing that play? >> i did. >> because that -- that's top of the crop writing isn't it? >> wonderful. and wonderful words to wrap your lips around. >> how do you like -- w
dignity, married richard burton twice, told me once that the great love of her life was mike todd, who died in a plane crash. >> really? >> she was so giving, and when she supported you, if she liked you, you had no better friend. there's a lot of comparisons to sinatra and her, both icons. both said whatever they thought, didn't care what the press thought about them. when they stood up for you, they stood up for you. michael jackson, she was in the front row, first real star to stand up for aids. so many things about her, in fact, everything you can do in life she did. >> larry, i wanted to play a clip from one of your interviews, this one from 2006 and i'll talk to you after we've watched a bit of this. >> larry: is it hard, elizabeth, or easy to work with someone you're in love with? >> no, i've never had a better time in my life. >> larry: than working with richard. >> yeah, on "virginia woolf." >> larry: even though you fought tooth and nail? >> we got it all out on the set, go home, play with the children, play word games with them, and learn our lines after dinner and go to sle
property there. >> thank you so much. nbc news chief white house correspondent chuck todd with president obama's response. he will be here in bhint. minute. this could be one of those unusual opportunities for a good relations between our country and another country. this one. look at this. they need help. you're watching "hardball" on msnbc. [ wind howling ] [ technician ] are you busy? management just sent over these new technical manuals. they need you to translate them into portuguese. by tomorrow. [ male announcer ] ducati knows it's better for xerox to manage their global publications. so they can focus on building amazing bikes. with xerox, you're ready for real business. so they can focus on building amazing bikes. missing something? now you get a cleanser with scope freshness. new fixodent plus scope ingredients. cleans and kills germs that cause odors to your dentures. new fixodent cleanser plus scope ingredients. >>> our thoughts and prayers are with the people of japan. this is a potentially catastrophic disaster and images of destruction and flooding coming out of japan are
"blue sky" was played by todd park moore of big head todd and the monsters live at nasa mission control in houston. that's a nice way to wake up. >>> well, a destructive wildfire is not, but it is burning in southwestern new mexico. the wind driven flames have already destroyed about 15 homes near silver city and more are threatened. so far injuries have not been reported. >>> in upstate new york and much of new england, they're still digging out from a record setting snowstorm. up to 30 inches had piled up in northern vermont by monday afternoon. >>> now to charlie sheen whose run of tv's most popular sitcom is over. warner brothers producer of "two and a half men" fired sheen on monday and sandra hughes has the story. >> reporter: television's highest paid actor is out of a job. warner brothers announced it's severing ties with charlie sheen saying after careful consideration, warner brothers television has terminated charlie sheen's services on "two and a half men" effective immediately. this is the latest chapter in the 45-year-old actor's very public meltdown. the apparent effect o
a few hours earlier than he had planned. chief white house correspondent chuck todd has been traveling all along with the president, he too back at the white house tonight. chuck, what is the white house doing in the face of what is starting to be domestic criticism of this? >> reporter: that's right. look, they cut it short a little bit because there was a planned photo op, tour of mayan ruins in el salvador and they cut that short in lieu of a longer briefing on libya. the white house is sensitive to this perception that during this five-day swing in latin america that somehow the president didn't look like he was on top of the libya situation. that said, within minutes that he landed on the ground, he was hit with bipartisan congressional criticism. speaker of the house john boehner sent the president a letter with what boehner says are a slew of unanswered questions on a mission he says is not clearly defined. former house speaker and leader of the democrats, nancy pelosi, put out a very tepid statement of support of the president's policies that an aide tells me was intended to se
chief white house correspondent chuck todd covering there for us tonight. chuck, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. well, the president said today that nato is considering all options, including the military one. and with this growing pressure from the leaders of european nations like england and france to institute a no-fly zone, america's ambassador to nato said -- questioned whether it was the best military strategy saying putting in a no-fly zone might not be able to deal with what's actually happening on the ground. that said, nato did approve a new 24-hour surveillance program over libya to track all of gadhafi's military movements. now, brian, i've got one other important note here from the white house. no issue has bedeviled this president more than trying to keep his promise of shutting down the prison at guantanamo bay. today the president ordered the pentagon to reinstitute the military tribunals in order to deal with detainees still in guantanamo, including the 9/11 conspirators, like khalid sheikh mohammed. the white house said today they were forced
rights for public employees. our chief white house correspondent and political director chuck todd with us from washington tonight. chuck, good evening. >> good evening, brian. perhaps the most surprising number was how many people were paying attention to the showdown in madison. 73% said they're following the story. public government workers, should they have the same bargaining rights as private employees? 77% said yes, they should. that said, these same folks said 68% of them said that government workers should have to contribute more to their own retirement and 63% said they have to contribute more to their health care and 58% support a full-on one-year salary freeze for all government workers. turning to washington, as you know, a few hours ago president obama signed what's called a continuing resolution to fund the government for another two weeks, avoiding a government shutdown, but there is a big battle to figure out how to tackle the deficit. we tested 26 different proposals and we found out what are the most acceptable and unacceptable. the three more acceptable proposal
quiet today on his decision to use force against gadhafi. chief white house correspondent chuck todd is traveling with the president in rio. hi, chuck. >> reporter: good evening, lester. well, the president has gotten two briefings today on the military progress in libya, one this morning and then one this afternoon. i just came out of a briefing with some senior national security officials, and they provided a little bit more information. the president called the king of jordan. part of that phone call was the hope of getting jordan to get involved in the enforcement of the no-fly zone in the next few days, which the administration believes they will be able to hand off this military campaign, which is a u.s.-run military campaign. they still believe they can hand that off to an international coalition to enforce the no-fly zone in the next days, not weeks. part of that phone call to the king of jordan, trying to recruit jordan to be a part of this. they want more arab nations involved. as for the arab league criticism of this no-fly zone and the idea that maybe it went beyond the u
, the dangers and challenges in the disaster zone of japan. brian todd has an account of the search and rescuers. and our crew, what all of them experienced in the quake and tsunami wreckage. welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." [ explosion ] >>> first to a key battleground city where rebels are making headway in the battle to seize controlle from moammar gadhafi. here's cnn's arwa damon. >> reporter: this does look a bit more organized than we have seen the opposition on the front line in the past. we find the front line a short distance away from the northern entrance to ajdabiya. gadhafi's troops still control it and the western road. so you're saying these air strikes destroyed three tanks -- gadhafi tanks positioned at the entrance to ajdabiya. they are explaining that there are a few more that gadhafi's forces have dug into the sand in between the trees. the poorly equipped opposition fighters are still struggling in the face of the ongoing artillery and tank barrage. we are seeing a unit move in and we are told
difficult this search really is. i want to go to our brian todd, who is up north with a u.s. search and rescue team from fairfax county, virginia. also from los angeles. here's what he saw. >> reporter: we're in northeastern japan. got here this afternoon to find this scene here. pretty much tells the story. complete devastation in this neighborhood. they have to comb through all this rubble. and the houses clearly have been displaced, knocked into each other. there's a house that was knocked over and possibly into that other one over there as these guys try to enter that house. you can see them over there. they're working against every conceivable obstacle over here. tons of mud, debris all over the place. you've got downed power lines and the weather obviously has turned very, very bad and risky for these crews. >> there's a lot of complications added by the snow. the slip and fall hazards are there. the snow does hide things and makes a lot of the ground look identical and makes it harder what may be a pit on an entrance to a cellar. so we have to be much more direct on that. >>
layoffs. so how are small businesses holding up? todd mccracken, president of the national small business association. chad is the president of pitch field ananal lit -- analytics, cameron johnson, entrepreneur and author. great to see all of you guys. todd, i want to ask you first -- let's talk about p gas prices now. from where you sit, are you telling small businesses you know what, plan for the worst, start thinking of ways to hedge this? >> well, i think the key thing to watch, you know, foreign policy -- i'm no foreign policy expert. the key thing is saudi arabia. and -- the next couple of weeks whether -- anything develops there that could be dangerous is a real danger sign. gas prices have gone up. we have seen these spikes before. they are definitely a problem, as you describe for small companies. i haven't been telling people, though, it is time to really plan for the very worst. we will see what the next few weeks hold and -- if that's the case, you can see significant rises in gas prices if things develop that could last for a very long time. that would be very bad news for sm
prudish to sleep with a man out of wed like. michael todd was husband number three. they had a daughter together. >> he had more energy and knowledge and excitement. a sense of wonder about him. and he made everything he touched wondrous. >> i'm going to have a baby. i think that's exciting, too. >> i don't know. i hope i live through all this. it's so exciting. >> reporter: within a year, todd was killed when his private plane crashed. >> and he came up to say good-bye to me five times. and it's like we both knew that -- in fact, we both had a premonition. we had never been apart before, ever, a night. never. >> reporter: in grief, she ran into the arms of singer, eddie fisher. her late husband's best man. married at the time to her maid of honor, debbie reynolds. soon, their scandalous affair rocked hollywood, when the hunky crooner left the girl next door to marry the hollywood vamp. >> i want to be near you. >> reporter: mrs. eddie fisher fell for a married richard burton on the set of "cleopatra." >> we tried hard to resist. but it happened on the first day of our working together.
, we all want to see this election. it's going to be a big fight. >> todd harris and steve mcmann, thank you both. that's "hardball" for now. more politics ahead with ce cenk uyger. >>> good evening, everybody. welcome to the show. i'm glad you're here. thanks for joining us. i'm cenk uyger. you know there are reports all over washiton that the democrats and republicans are close to a deal on the budget. the figure they're talking about is $33 billion extra in spending cuts. late yesterday, vice president biden seemed to confirm that this was, in fact, the case. now, i want to make the argument to you tonight that that is a huge loss for the democratic party. but, you know, of course for the tea party it's never enough. they were upset, they had a gathering today. people say it was a big gathering. it numbered in the hundreds. they've had much, much larger gathering than that. and, it appears that they're going to get a lot of what they wanted, but of course they said it's not good enough anyway. we're going to come back to them in a little bit. but also in's this idea in wash
. >>> up next, we will check in with brian todd who is traveling with the first international search and rescue team to reach japan. >>> we have now cnn's brian todd. he is at the air base in japan. i understand you are with the first international rescue team to arrive there in japan. smart? >> reporter: that's right. we are with search and rescue teams from fairfax county, virginia, l.a. county. these are teams that have done this kind of work before. they have been in haiti and new zealand. turkey. other places where there have been massive earthquakes. and they have unique capabilities. we are getting ready to push into the kwauk zone in the coming hours. >> i was surprised to find out that very often with the rescue teams they travel with an engineer because they are looking at really dangerous work here. >> reporter: it is very dangerous work. they go into -- they have to go into applauses that are very unstable if not completely collapsed. go into the rubble to pull people out. they use k-9 teams. the dogs are highly trained to smell people who are surviving inside rubble. the
,000 when it is all done. we have cnn's brian todd with us. >> reporter: we may have turned a corner in the effort to save that plant from leaking out further radioactive material. they now have at least two mechanisms pumping water into the plant. two fire trucks, one has a huge crane on top of it where it i shooting water up and down into the number three reactor. the troubled reactor. the other one is a fire truck that is not quite as big or quite as tall, but is successfully getting water in there. what we are told is, they have succeeded in cooling down the reactor. as of a couple of hours ago, at that moment, there were near zero levels of radiation coming out. a positive development. things have been inconsistent with this. they have a victory and a setback. is this a turning point? possibly. they have successfully gotten water in the building of the number three reactor and cooled it down and now near zero levels of radiation. the food supply situation that you mentioned is troubling indeed. it has some of the radioactive materials that have leaked out. have reached trace sam
and striking at sirte, as we speak, the hometown of moammar gadhafi. nbc's chuck todd live at white house here. some of the president's critic says he should have given the speech that we're expecting tonight before the strikes began. >> reporter: well, look, there was even some debate among some supporters of the president on that very notion. but that's -- that's not going to happen. you can't turn back the clock. so the decision was made. they would wait until there was -- they were done with the u.s. portion of this. and so, it's not a mere coincidence that when the handover to nato to run this no-fly zone is taking place, that the president is going to use the occasion to both make the case for why he made this decision, number one, and number two, it's going to be valedictoryverted crisis, justifying why it was a success, you're going hear that word tonight from what i understand. >> any idea if the speech was planned or is this a response just to criticism to date? >> reporter: no, they say that they always planned to update the american people on this at some point. >> right. >> report
.com/w1cnn. >>> you're watching "world one." our brian todd is in tsunami-hit japan. >> reporter: look at this. this goes out to an inlet. within minutes, the force of this water just came and swept through this entire town. you can see everything here has been virtually wiped out. a few structures remain. those structures are just barely hanging on, frankly, and it's very dangerous to even go inside them. >>> with more than 10,000 people still missing, brian meets some of the people searching for their loved ones. and trying to make sense out of it all. stay with us for that. but basically, i'm a runner. last year. (oof). i had a bum knee that needed surgery. but it got complicated, because i had an old injury. so i wanted a doctor who had done this before. and unitedhealthcare's database helped me find a surgeon. you know you can't have great legs, if you don't have good knees. we're 78,000 people looking out for 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> you're watching "world one," i'm jim clancy on cnn center. >>> well, while some people are searching fo
ti several times over." that's a kind way to put it. she loved men and you check of todd. >> richard burton was a great love of her life but she felt she had two and mike todd was the other one. their romance was cut short. he died in a plane accident. she loved him completely and entirely. she really felt she had two great loves in her life -- burton and todd. >> you have a touching story from debbie reynolds. after years forgave elizabeth taylor for stealing her husband. that's what happened. >> what she made clear in the essay she gave to people is she doesn't feel taylor stole her husband. her husband chose to leave. in the end the two women found common ground when they came together and agreed they were both better off without him. >> talk about girl power. let's transition to charlie sheen. he's still in the news. apparently sent out a message to his ex-wife denise richards. is he still on the hot topic list? >> he demands attention, so it's impossible to look away. but it's starting to get iffy with what's going on with him. >> what did he say about denise? >> well, there was
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from tanya to todd. >>> good evening. i'm terry moran. as mt. obama tonight sought to make the case for the u.s. in libya, the fire raged on. raining fire on moammar gadhafi's hometown of sirte. alex what can you tell us about what is happening there? >> reporter: good evening. it's early morning here in benghazi. the rebels have been aible to push it front back to the edge of town, almost 350 miles away to the hometown of gadhafi, sirte. every step along the way, you see a rag tag group of soldiers pushing west. >> at some point, they are going to meet the military and heavy weapons. they prepared if that? >> reporter: they are already seeing that. they come up to the line there is little coordination. there is little communication. cell phones don't work. there are no radios. it's clear they are full of passion. they are willing to die for the cause. it's evident they have not gotten this far without the air strikes. >> all right. stay safe there. >>> we turn to the president's speech itself. hanging over the peach were the shadows of other wars and other presidencies. president o
. they were like garred yens to pass the golden gate we told them what wement todd hear. on the island of desperate dreams we shed our skins and wore new ones. burned our parents name and let our pasts curl into smoke. >> no longer my father's daughter. no longer my husband's wife. only the sea gulls know who i really am. for months we were held in separate rooms. the dampness seeped through the bunks and gnawed or bones. at night the wales of ghosts kept us awake. 32 steps to my father's house, 4 windows facing north. 24 steps to my uncle's house, 2 doors facing south. i have 3 sisters, 2 brothers, 4 cousins on my father's side. now i store the memory in a drawer. along with bitter herbs and rhineos ris horns. we dine at restaurants on the better side of town with pink table cloths and real flowers in the vases. we hardly go to china town. >> in a casual way, they had fun with his body. they chained him to the back of the car and did fish tails. forensic evidence suggests his body came loose and they rechained him after rolling back over him to get him. now most of us heard about th
to be treat todd an extraordinary panorama of style and diversity. we will start off with mr. james cagney. please, welcome the poet james cagney. [applause] >> there is sun. there is sun. there is a snake on the path sunning. there is sun. there is water in the stream, there are daisies, there are sun. there is a snake on the path sunning, there is sun. there are trees, there are daisies there is a feather there is sun. there is the feather that she ga
a moron (laugh)." sot17:23:311 todd: "i never through about predators using that as an opportunity.. i'm 17:10:22: debi: "i'm a mom. i protect my daughters and if i would have known that something like this would have done that i would never have put my daughters at risk."sot 10:29:25: michelle: "it's great that parents are proud of their kids, but i dont sex offender or predators knowing where your kids go to school, what their name is or what sport they play."doctor piccael bourke is the chief psychologist for the united state's marshals service in arlington, virginia...sot 6:44:41: bourke: "we might be able to provide behavioral insight into these offenders." doctor bourke is also a world renowned expert in the profiling of sexual offenders... and he has a strong message for parents who think bumper stickers are safe. sot7:13:20:bourke: "within minutes, the sex offender not only knows where the child plays soccee, but he knowsswhere the child goes to school. he knows what teams he plays on. he knows where the family likes to vacation."the best advice bourke nd workman have ffr pare
to come...they boast your child's honor roll and sports achievements. 17:23:31: todd: "i never through about predators usiig that as an opportunity.. i'm shocked by it actually." actually."the tool predators are uuing to track down your child.. with á your á help! help!!nd, the father of a fallen soldier is ordered to pay court costs...to the church that protested his son'ssfuneral.the reason... next. &p((bump out)) ((break 2)) 3 westboro baptist church - included some really hateful signs.they were protesting the funeral for mmtthew ssyder... a soldder killed in iraq.his father took the church to court over what church members said that day.but yesterday, the court ábacked the church.á church.ácrime and justice reporter joy lepola takes a closer look at the ruling... and matthew snyder's father has someetough words for the ju. ((pkg))nat pop from rydell's pkg "shame on those who ccaim the title...of united states marines." it's been almost five months since members of the westboro baptist church train." clashhd with g - steps of the supreme court. church members targetee. th
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